Tanjong Pagar crash: Families of 3 passengers seek $1.7 million from estate of driver

The men were in a BMW that crashed into a shophouse in Tanjong Pagar before exploding into flames, on Feb 13, 2021. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - The families of three men killed in a fiery crash in Tanjong Pagar in 2021 are seeking to claim about $1.7 million from the estate of the last person behind the wheel.

The Straits Times has learnt that statements of claim by relatives of Mr Eugene Yap Zheng Min, Mr Teo Qi Xiang and Mr Gary Wong Hong Chieh have been filed in the High Court.

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